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From the gorgeous "Codex Manesse" (c. 1340), an anthology of Middle High German poetry.

#art #arthistory #illuminatedmanuscript #lovers #poetry #german #germany #middleages #medieval #manuscript #medievaleurope #europe #love #codexmanesse
The League of Lezhë under Skanderbeg.
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4 of the 5 latest Bretonnian Foot Knights basically done😁 Next is the 5th of these guys that to me looks like he can be the unit champion because of his more fancy helmet. I will probably use a wet palette to paint him to make him extra nicer. Yes, I know I should’ve been using a wet palette the whole time I’ve been painting this unit, but I’m lazy lol. Plus I always forget to clean the wet palette thingy, and it ends up getting moldy lol😂
4 of the 5 latest Bretonnian Foot Knights basically done😁 Next is the 5th of these guys that to me looks like he can be the unit champion because of his more fancy helmet. I will probably use a wet palette to paint him to make him extra nicer. Yes, I know I should’ve been using a wet palette the whole time I’ve been painting this unit, but I’m lazy lol. Plus I always forget to clean the wet palette thingy, and it ends up getting moldy lol😂
Has your stuff ever been stolen during travel?
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Someone stole my wallet today, and I’m wracking my brain when it could have even happened.
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Those pickpockets are good at what they do.
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This isn’t the first time I’ve had cash stolen around a train or train station — it’s definitely a place to keep your money close to you.
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The worst incident I experienced is when someone in Peru skimmed my card and somehow withdrew my entire savings from an ATM in Mexico.
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Thankfully I got my money back, but it can take weeks!
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That’s why I always recommend splitting money into different bank accounts and putting those cards in separate locations as well.
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Luckily, that saved me from having to beg for cash for the next train ride, but it’s reminded me to put my guard up again and not get complacent.
Has your stuff ever been stolen during travel? . Someone stole my wallet today, and I’m wracking my brain when it could have even happened. . Those pickpockets are good at what they do. . This isn’t the first time I’ve had cash stolen around a train or train station — it’s definitely a place to keep your money close to you. . The worst incident I experienced is when someone in Peru skimmed my card and somehow withdrew my entire savings from an ATM in Mexico. . Thankfully I got my money back, but it can take weeks! . That’s why I always recommend splitting money into different bank accounts and putting those cards in separate locations as well. . Luckily, that saved me from having to beg for cash for the next train ride, but it’s reminded me to put my guard up again and not get complacent.
Beer by the canal, Bruges, Belgium

Just had a quick weekend excursion to Bruges. What a fantastic city. Great food, great views but most importantly great beer. Here’s a rare one of me that I had to put up as I don’t think I’ve ever looked happier. 
#bruges #belgium #beer #canal #medievaleurope #weekendtraveller #photography #canon #canondslr #dslr #canonphotographer #europe #travel #beer #sightseeing #waffles #chocolate
#ドイツ#ハイデルベルグ#市内観光#ハイデルベルグ城#曇り空#古橋#カールテオドール橋#手に持つ金色の鏡に触るとお金持ちになれる#中世ヨーロッパ#石畳#風景#旅行#友達と#germany#heidelberg#citytour#overseastrip#heidelbergcastle#cloudysky#oldbridge#karltheodorbridge#touchingthemonkey'sgoldhandmirrorcanmakeyourich#medievaleurope#cobble#landscape#withmyfriend
12月3日からドイツへ。
4日はハイデルベルグの市内観光。予想していたより寒さはなく石畳の道を進みながら散策を。
廃墟の感じがたまりません👍昔ヴィクトル・ユーゴーが散策した場所だそうです。
金色の鏡触ったけど…お金持ちになれるかな?
#ドイツ #ハイデルベルグ #市内観光 #ハイデルベルグ城 #曇り空 #古橋 #カールテオドール橋 #手に持つ金色の鏡に触るとお金持ちになれる #中世ヨーロッパ #石畳 #風景 #旅行 #友達と #germany #heidelberg #citytour #overseastrip #heidelbergcastle #cloudysky #oldbridge #karltheodorbridge #touchingthemonkey 'sgoldhandmirrorcanmakeyourich#medievaleurope #cobble #landscape #withmyfriend  12月3日からドイツへ。 4日はハイデルベルグの市内観光。予想していたより寒さはなく石畳の道を進みながら散策を。 廃墟の感じがたまりません👍昔ヴィクトル・ユーゴーが散策した場所だそうです。 金色の鏡触ったけど…お金持ちになれるかな?
Above the clouds | The Romanesque chapel of Sant Romà de Comiols, constructed in the 11th century, is the only building in good condition left standing of the medieval and abandoned village of Comiols, located on an inaccessible narrow cliff and over a breathtaking panoramic view. #comiols #comiolsvell #artesadesegre #esglésiaromànica #serradecomiols #montsec #noguera #lanoguera #huntingromanesquechurches #santromàdecomiols #romanesque #romanesquechurch #romanesquearchitecture #artroman #egliseromane #medievalarchitecture #medievalchurch #medievalvillage #medievaleurope #romanik #romànic #romàniccatalà #romanico #catalunya #igerscatalunya #catalonia #hikingadventures #hiking
Above the clouds | The Romanesque chapel of Sant Romà de Comiols, constructed in the 11th century, is the only building in good condition left standing of the medieval and abandoned village of Comiols, located on an inaccessible narrow cliff and over a breathtaking panoramic view. #comiols  #comiolsvell  #artesadesegre  #esglésiaromànica  #serradecomiols  #montsec  #noguera  #lanoguera  #huntingromanesquechurches  #santromàdecomiols  #romanesque  #romanesquechurch  #romanesquearchitecture  #artroman  #egliseromane  #medievalarchitecture  #medievalchurch  #medievalvillage  #medievaleurope  #romanik  #romànic  #romàniccatalà  #romanico  #catalunya  #igerscatalunya  #catalonia  #hikingadventures  #hiking 
The missionaries were the beginning of african problems. That’s how africans got the religion. This includes Ethiopia who it’s said a monk by the name or fromentius brought the religion to them which they then adopt or accept. All the ancient Coptic churches were built by Greeks.
#moor #moors #status #statuscorrection #moorishhistory #free #moorishnationality #moorishamericans #moorishamerican #person #murakushsociety #history #histology #historybuff #historic #historical #culture #moorish #morocco🇲🇦 #moroccan #europe #european #medievaleurope #moorishspain🇪🇸 #spain🇪🇸 #architecture #church #african #africa #literature
The missionaries were the beginning of african problems. That’s how africans got the religion. This includes Ethiopia who it’s said a monk by the name or fromentius brought the religion to them which they then adopt or accept. All the ancient Coptic churches were built by Greeks. #moor  #moors  #status  #statuscorrection  #moorishhistory  #free  #moorishnationality  #moorishamericans  #moorishamerican  #person  #murakushsociety  #history  #histology  #historybuff  #historic  #historical  #culture  #moorish  #morocco 🇲🇦 #moroccan  #europe  #european  #medievaleurope  #moorishspain 🇪🇸 #spain 🇪🇸 #architecture  #church  #african  #africa  #literature 
I guess this Knight is done for now. Part of my problem with fully finishing this unit is I still need to research what the heck colors some of these knights smaller bits of kit they’re wearing should be. Areas like the back of the legs and hands etc.
I guess this Knight is done for now. Part of my problem with fully finishing this unit is I still need to research what the heck colors some of these knights smaller bits of kit they’re wearing should be. Areas like the back of the legs and hands etc.
Next Bretonnian Foot Knight at the ‘almost done’ stage. At least this guy isn’t going to need a shield😁 #bretonnian#bretonnia#warhammer#warhammerfantasy#oldhammer#miniatures#wargaming#tabletopgames#ageofsigmar#hundredyearswar#medievaleurope#gamesworkshop#citadel#citadelminiatures#paintingwarhammer#9thage#perryminiatures
Dettagli di un soffitto di Palazzo Grassi.
Nel Medioevo, a Bologna, si adottava questo sistema:  imponenti travi lignee, a forma di “stampella”, venivano posizionate per reggere meglio il peso del portico sospeso.
#bologna #history #historicalfashion #historicalpix #historical #historicalplace #historicalsites #historicalarchitecture #historical_city #historicalhouse #palazzograssi #circoloufficiali #medioevo #medioevoitalia #soffitti #travi #legno #woodworking #wood #portico #medievale #medievaleurope #bolognaèunaregola #picbol #the_hub_bologna #igersbologna #bolognacentro #mybologna
Dettagli di un soffitto di Palazzo Grassi. Nel Medioevo, a Bologna, si adottava questo sistema: imponenti travi lignee, a forma di “stampella”, venivano posizionate per reggere meglio il peso del portico sospeso. #bologna  #history  #historicalfashion  #historicalpix  #historical  #historicalplace  #historicalsites  #historicalarchitecture  #historical_city  #historicalhouse  #palazzograssi  #circoloufficiali  #medioevo  #medioevoitalia  #soffitti  #travi  #legno  #woodworking  #wood  #portico  #medievale  #medievaleurope  #bolognaèunaregola  #picbol  #the_hub_bologna  #igersbologna  #bolognacentro  #mybologna 
San Gimignano,  a walled medieval hill town in the hills of Tuscany. Also called the "the Town of Fine Towers". Rival wealthy families tried to outdo each other by building tower houses larger than the last.  By the end of the the Medieval San Giamignano had 72 tower houses up 230 feet tall.  Eventually local council put an end to it by caping the height towers could be built.  We loved to watch the city from a distance and imagine it as a Medieval Manhattan. 14 towers have survived the test of time and urbanization, a rarity in a country that suffered catastrophes like war and plague. #keepexploring
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#medievalcity #medieval_world #Medievalitaly #Medievaleurope #Medievaltown #Medievalarchitecture #medievaltower #Medievalworld #Medieval - #sangimignano #sangimignanotuscany #igerstuscany #tuscanytravel #oldworldcharm #italygram #italy #italiancountryside #europesummer #ig_italy - #travelwithus #travelbug #architecturegram #travelingtheworld #explorer #summerholiday #worldtravelpics #amazingplaces travelbloggerlifestyle
San Gimignano, a walled medieval hill town in the hills of Tuscany. Also called the "the Town of Fine Towers". Rival wealthy families tried to outdo each other by building tower houses larger than the last. By the end of the the Medieval San Giamignano had 72 tower houses up 230 feet tall. Eventually local council put an end to it by caping the height towers could be built. We loved to watch the city from a distance and imagine it as a Medieval Manhattan. 14 towers have survived the test of time and urbanization, a rarity in a country that suffered catastrophes like war and plague. #keepexploring  . . . . . #medievalcity  #medieval_world  #Medievalitaly  #Medievaleurope  #Medievaltown  #Medievalarchitecture  #medievaltower  #Medievalworld  #Medieval  - #sangimignano  #sangimignanotuscany  #igerstuscany  #tuscanytravel  #oldworldcharm  #italygram  #italy  #italiancountryside  #europesummer  #ig_italy  - #travelwithus  #travelbug  #architecturegram  #travelingtheworld  #explorer  #summerholiday  #worldtravelpics  #amazingplaces  travelbloggerlifestyle
This Day in History - Siege of Kiev

In 1237, the Mongols began their invasion of Rus by conquering the northern principalities of Ryazan and Vladimir-Suzdal. In 1239, they advanced against southern Rus, capturing the cities of Pereyaslav and Chernihiv.

When the Mongols sent several envoys to demand the city's submission, they were executed by Michael of Chernigov and later Dmytro

The next year, the Mongol general Batu Khan reached Kiev. At the time, the city was ruled by the principality of Halych-Volhynia. The chief commander in Kiev was Voivode Dmytro, while Danylo of Halych was in Hungary at that time, seeking a military union to prevent invasion. The number of defenders inside the city was only about 1,000. 
On November 28 the Mongols set up catapults near Kiev's Lech gates (today - vicinity of Maidan Nezalezhnosti), one of the three gates of old Kiev and where tree cover extended almost to the city walls The Mongols then began a bombardment that lasted several days. On December 6, Kiev's walls were breached, and hand-to-hand combat followed in the streets. The Kievans suffered heavy losses and Dmytro was wounded by an arrow.

When night fell the Mongols held their positions while the Kievans retreated to the central parts of the city. Many people crowded into the Church of the Tithes. The next day, as the Mongols commenced the final assault, the church's balcony collapsed under the weight of the people standing on it, crushing many. After the Mongols won the battle, they plundered Kiev. Most of the population was massacred. Out of 50,000 inhabitants before the invasion, about 2,000 survived. Most of the city was burned and only six out of forty major buildings remained standing. Dmytro, however, was shown mercy for his bravery.

#history #historical #historicaltime #medieval #mongols #kiev #siege #medievaleurope #mongolinvasion #khan
This Day in History - Siege of Kiev In 1237, the Mongols began their invasion of Rus by conquering the northern principalities of Ryazan and Vladimir-Suzdal. In 1239, they advanced against southern Rus, capturing the cities of Pereyaslav and Chernihiv. When the Mongols sent several envoys to demand the city's submission, they were executed by Michael of Chernigov and later Dmytro The next year, the Mongol general Batu Khan reached Kiev. At the time, the city was ruled by the principality of Halych-Volhynia. The chief commander in Kiev was Voivode Dmytro, while Danylo of Halych was in Hungary at that time, seeking a military union to prevent invasion. The number of defenders inside the city was only about 1,000. On November 28 the Mongols set up catapults near Kiev's Lech gates (today - vicinity of Maidan Nezalezhnosti), one of the three gates of old Kiev and where tree cover extended almost to the city walls The Mongols then began a bombardment that lasted several days. On December 6, Kiev's walls were breached, and hand-to-hand combat followed in the streets. The Kievans suffered heavy losses and Dmytro was wounded by an arrow. When night fell the Mongols held their positions while the Kievans retreated to the central parts of the city. Many people crowded into the Church of the Tithes. The next day, as the Mongols commenced the final assault, the church's balcony collapsed under the weight of the people standing on it, crushing many. After the Mongols won the battle, they plundered Kiev. Most of the population was massacred. Out of 50,000 inhabitants before the invasion, about 2,000 survived. Most of the city was burned and only six out of forty major buildings remained standing. Dmytro, however, was shown mercy for his bravery. #history  #historical  #historicaltime  #medieval  #mongols  #kiev  #siege  #medievaleurope  #mongolinvasion  #khan 
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FREE WHITE PERSONS. Notice it says Moorish inhabitants of spain and portugal. This is why we need status correction. The first statute in the United States to codify naturalization law. Alternately known as the Nationality Act, the Naturalization Act of 1790 restricted citizenship to "any alien, being a free white person" who had been in the U.S. for two years. In effect, it left out indentured servants, slaves, and most women.

#moor #moors #status #statuscorrection #moorishhistory #moorishnationality #moorishamericans #moorishamerican #person #murakushsociety #history #histology #historybuff #historic #historical #culture #moorish #morocco🇲🇦 #moroccan #europe #european #medievaleurope #freetheland #emancipatormagazine
Repost @murakushsociety ・・・ FREE WHITE PERSONS. Notice it says Moorish inhabitants of spain and portugal. This is why we need status correction. The first statute in the United States to codify naturalization law. Alternately known as the Nationality Act, the Naturalization Act of 1790 restricted citizenship to "any alien, being a free white person" who had been in the U.S. for two years. In effect, it left out indentured servants, slaves, and most women. #moor  #moors  #status  #statuscorrection  #moorishhistory  #moorishnationality  #moorishamericans  #moorishamerican  #person  #murakushsociety  #history  #histology  #historybuff  #historic  #historical  #culture  #moorish  #morocco 🇲🇦 #moroccan  #europe  #european  #medievaleurope  #freetheland  #emancipatormagazine 
Chain mail helmet finally done ✔️ now time to finish the rest if the -ism project 😌
 #feudalism #medievaleurope #cosplayarmor
While some aspects of the seigneurial system date back to the Middle Ages, in the St. Lawrence River Valley (Quebec) it was established by order of the French king. This silver mustard pot, bearing the family monogram, was likely used during the days of Charles de Saint-Ours (1753–1834), at his seigneurial manor on the Richelieu River.
See it in Medieval Europe – Power and Splendour.

#MedievalExhibit 
#BritishMuseum
#NotSoDarkAges
#MiddleAges
#MedievalEurope
#mustard
#medieval
#classy
#museum
While some aspects of the seigneurial system date back to the Middle Ages, in the St. Lawrence River Valley (Quebec) it was established by order of the French king. This silver mustard pot, bearing the family monogram, was likely used during the days of Charles de Saint-Ours (1753–1834), at his seigneurial manor on the Richelieu River. See it in Medieval Europe – Power and Splendour. #MedievalExhibit  #BritishMuseum  #NotSoDarkAges  #MiddleAges  #MedievalEurope  #mustard  #medieval  #classy  #museum 
中世の街、世界遺産のプロヴァンで買ったお土産たちが可愛いすぎる〜😆
#france #provins #worldheritage #traveling #rose #cutlery #rosecutlery #souvenir #souvenirs #medieval #medievaleurope #europe #oldtown #bymyself
2 of 5 Bretonnian knights. Knight on the left I highlighted the face and now almost done. Knight on the right still needs more shading/highlighting, and will add charges.
2 of 5 Bretonnian knights. Knight on the left I highlighted the face and now almost done. Knight on the right still needs more shading/highlighting, and will add charges.
IAS Talking Points Seminar: African Kings and Black Slaves - Sovereignty and Dispossession in the Early Modern Atlantic - Wednesday 9th January 2019, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM @ IAS Common Ground, Ground Floor, South Wing, UCL, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT

As early as 1441, and well before other European countries encountered Africa, small Portuguese and Spanish trading vessels were plying the coast of West Africa, where they conducted business with African kingdoms that possessed significant territory and power. In the process, Iberians developed an understanding of Africa’s political landscape in which they recognised specific sovereigns, plotted the extent and nature of their polities, and grouped subjects according to their ruler. 
In 'African Kings and Black Slaves' (Penn Press, 2018), Herman L. Bennett mines the historical archives of Europe and Africa to reinterpret the first century of sustained African-European interaction. These encounters were not simple economic transactions. Rather, according to Bennett, they involved clashing understandings of diplomacy, sovereignty and politics. Bennett unearths the ways in which Africa’s kings required Iberian traders to participate in elaborate diplomatic rituals, establish treaties, and negotiate trade practices with autonomous territories. And he shows how Iberians based their interpretations of African sovereignty on medieval European political precepts grounded in Roman civil and canon law. In the eyes of Iberians, the extent to which Africa’s polities conformed to these norms played a significant role in determining who was, and who was not, a sovereign people—a judgement that shaped who could legitimately be enslaved.

By asking in what manner did Europeans and Africans configure sovereignty, polities, and subject status, Bennett offers a new depiction of the diasporic identities that had implications for slaves’ experiences in the Americas.

This is a FREE event. Register at eventbrite.co.uk

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#seminar #talkingpoint #blackhistory #knowyourhistory #medieval #medievaleurope #soverignty #politics #diplomacy #identitypolitics #slavetrade #africankings #londonevents @meetingofmindsuk #whenweruled
IAS Talking Points Seminar: African Kings and Black Slaves - Sovereignty and Dispossession in the Early Modern Atlantic - Wednesday 9th January 2019, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM @ IAS Common Ground, Ground Floor, South Wing, UCL, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT As early as 1441, and well before other European countries encountered Africa, small Portuguese and Spanish trading vessels were plying the coast of West Africa, where they conducted business with African kingdoms that possessed significant territory and power. In the process, Iberians developed an understanding of Africa’s political landscape in which they recognised specific sovereigns, plotted the extent and nature of their polities, and grouped subjects according to their ruler. In 'African Kings and Black Slaves' (Penn Press, 2018), Herman L. Bennett mines the historical archives of Europe and Africa to reinterpret the first century of sustained African-European interaction. These encounters were not simple economic transactions. Rather, according to Bennett, they involved clashing understandings of diplomacy, sovereignty and politics. Bennett unearths the ways in which Africa’s kings required Iberian traders to participate in elaborate diplomatic rituals, establish treaties, and negotiate trade practices with autonomous territories. And he shows how Iberians based their interpretations of African sovereignty on medieval European political precepts grounded in Roman civil and canon law. In the eyes of Iberians, the extent to which Africa’s polities conformed to these norms played a significant role in determining who was, and who was not, a sovereign people—a judgement that shaped who could legitimately be enslaved. By asking in what manner did Europeans and Africans configure sovereignty, polities, and subject status, Bennett offers a new depiction of the diasporic identities that had implications for slaves’ experiences in the Americas. This is a FREE event. Register at eventbrite.co.uk @ucl #seminar  #talkingpoint  #blackhistory  #knowyourhistory  #medieval  #medievaleurope  #soverignty  #politics  #diplomacy  #identitypolitics  #slavetrade  #africankings  #londonevents  @meetingofmindsuk #whenweruled 
FREE WHITE PERSONS. Notice it says Moorish inhabitants of spain and portugal. This is why we need status correction. The first statute in the United States to codify naturalization law. Alternately known as the Nationality Act, the Naturalization Act of 1790 restricted citizenship to "any alien, being a free white person" who had been in the U.S. for two years. In effect, it left out indentured servants, slaves, and most women.

#moor #moors #status #statuscorrection #moorishhistory #free #moorishnationality #moorishamericans #moorishamerican #person #murakushsociety #history #histology #historybuff #historic #historical #culture #moorish #morocco🇲🇦 #moroccan #europe #european #medievaleurope #moorishspain🇪🇸 #spain🇪🇸 #architecture #church #african #africa #literature
FREE WHITE PERSONS. Notice it says Moorish inhabitants of spain and portugal. This is why we need status correction. The first statute in the United States to codify naturalization law. Alternately known as the Nationality Act, the Naturalization Act of 1790 restricted citizenship to "any alien, being a free white person" who had been in the U.S. for two years. In effect, it left out indentured servants, slaves, and most women. #moor  #moors  #status  #statuscorrection  #moorishhistory  #free  #moorishnationality  #moorishamericans  #moorishamerican  #person  #murakushsociety  #history  #histology  #historybuff  #historic  #historical  #culture  #moorish  #morocco 🇲🇦 #moroccan  #europe  #european  #medievaleurope  #moorishspain 🇪🇸 #spain 🇪🇸 #architecture  #church  #african  #africa  #literature 
This Day in History - Capture of Sidon

In the summer of 1110 a Norwegian fleet of 60 ships arrived in the Levant under the command of King Sigurd. Arriving in Acre he was received by Baldwin I, King of Jerusalem. Together they made a journey to the river Jordan, after which Baldwin asked for help in capturing Muslim-held ports on the coast. Sigurd's answer was that "they had come for the purpose of devoting themselves to the service of Christ", and accompanied him to take the city of Sidon, which had been re-fortified by the Fatimids in 1098

Baldwin's army besieged the city by land, while the Norwegian came by sea. A naval force was needed to prevent assistance from the Fatimid fleet at Tyre. Repelling it was however only made possible with the fortunate arrival of a Venetian fleet. The city fell after 47 days

By order of Baldwin and the Patriarch of Jerusalem, Ghibbelin of Arles, a splinter was taken off the holy cross and given to Sigurd

#history #crusader #crusades #firstcrusade #historical #1stcrusade #jerusalem #venice #baldwin #sigurd #norway #middleages #medievaleurope #1100 #thisdayinhistory
This Day in History - Capture of Sidon In the summer of 1110 a Norwegian fleet of 60 ships arrived in the Levant under the command of King Sigurd. Arriving in Acre he was received by Baldwin I, King of Jerusalem. Together they made a journey to the river Jordan, after which Baldwin asked for help in capturing Muslim-held ports on the coast. Sigurd's answer was that "they had come for the purpose of devoting themselves to the service of Christ", and accompanied him to take the city of Sidon, which had been re-fortified by the Fatimids in 1098 Baldwin's army besieged the city by land, while the Norwegian came by sea. A naval force was needed to prevent assistance from the Fatimid fleet at Tyre. Repelling it was however only made possible with the fortunate arrival of a Venetian fleet. The city fell after 47 days By order of Baldwin and the Patriarch of Jerusalem, Ghibbelin of Arles, a splinter was taken off the holy cross and given to Sigurd #history  #crusader  #crusades  #firstcrusade  #historical  #1stcrusade  #jerusalem  #venice  #baldwin  #sigurd  #norway  #middleages  #medievaleurope  #1100  #thisdayinhistory 
Absolutely gorgeous gift set going out to a customer today.  I'm so grateful to be busy, thank you guys!
Happy to see that people are purchasing the egift cards off my squareup.com store.  Buy handcrafted and keep the money at home IF you are gifting this Yule or Christmas season.  Thank you. It means so much more.
#organicessentialoils #organic #vegan #beards #beardoils #nordic #ireland #scandinavia #medievaleurope #hempseedoil
#krampus #traditional #handcrafted #handmade #herbs #folklore #nashville #wildgrown #giftideas #organicfarming
Absolutely gorgeous gift set going out to a customer today. I'm so grateful to be busy, thank you guys! Happy to see that people are purchasing the egift cards off my squareup.com store. Buy handcrafted and keep the money at home IF you are gifting this Yule or Christmas season. Thank you. It means so much more. #organicessentialoils  #organic  #vegan  #beards  #beardoils  #nordic  #ireland  #scandinavia  #medievaleurope  #hempseedoil  #krampus  #traditional  #handcrafted  #handmade  #herbs  #folklore  #nashville  #wildgrown  #giftideas  #organicfarming 
I’m (Sabrina) convinced that Disney cartoonists came to Romania for character inspiration. On our way to Cluj today, we saw women drawing water from wells (snow white style) and men steering horse-drawn wagons through colorful towns. Medieval villages are enlivened with a chorus of domestic geese, chickens and dogs. And, on every corner, someone looks like they’re going to hand out a poisoned apple. 🍎
I’m (Sabrina) convinced that Disney cartoonists came to Romania for character inspiration. On our way to Cluj today, we saw women drawing water from wells (snow white style) and men steering horse-drawn wagons through colorful towns. Medieval villages are enlivened with a chorus of domestic geese, chickens and dogs. And, on every corner, someone looks like they’re going to hand out a poisoned apple. 🍎
Deux fenêtres de Notre-Dame-de-Grande-Puissance à Lamballe.  L‘eglise a été construite à partir de 1202. Elle était là chapelle du Château des Ducs de Penthièvre. D‘abord Romane elle était agrandie dans le style gothique. Elle témoigne prestigieux du passè de Lamballe et elle offre un point de vue admirable sur la belle ville. #calendrierdelavant #bretagnetourisme #labellebretagne #lamballe #visiterlafrance #visitfrance #igersbretagne #igersbretagnetourisme #patrimoinefrancais #culturechrétienne #gothiqueflamboyant #egliseromane #adventkalender #romanischekirche #medievaleurope #moyenage #mittelalter #monumenthistorique #romancatholicchurch #adventcalendar
Deux fenêtres de Notre-Dame-de-Grande-Puissance à Lamballe. L‘eglise a été construite à partir de 1202. Elle était là chapelle du Château des Ducs de Penthièvre. D‘abord Romane elle était agrandie dans le style gothique. Elle témoigne prestigieux du passè de Lamballe et elle offre un point de vue admirable sur la belle ville. #calendrierdelavant  #bretagnetourisme  #labellebretagne  #lamballe  #visiterlafrance  #visitfrance  #igersbretagne  #igersbretagnetourisme  #patrimoinefrancais  #culturechrétienne  #gothiqueflamboyant  #egliseromane  #adventkalender  #romanischekirche  #medievaleurope  #moyenage  #mittelalter  #monumenthistorique  #romancatholicchurch  #adventcalendar 
San Gimignano in September, a small town that is not decorated as it is in the Middle Ages.
Toscana landscape was beautiful when climbing the high tower, there were also art museums and famous gelato!
9月のサンジミニャーノ🌿中世そのままの飾り気ない小さな街は、棟に登るとトスカーナの景色が美しく、美術館や有名なジェラートや美味しいピザ🍷もあってオススメの街✨
フィレンツェからバスで日帰りしました🚌
#worldheritage #italy🇮🇹 #italy #italia #toscana #sangimignano #サンジミニャーノ #イタリア #adventure #beautiful #worldheritage #europe #europe_pics #medieval #medievaleurope #museum #gelato #fort #tower #wine #pizza #travelphotography #architecture #onedaytrip #window #travel #travellover #door #art #history #oldtown
San Gimignano in September, a small town that is not decorated as it is in the Middle Ages. Toscana landscape was beautiful when climbing the high tower, there were also art museums and famous gelato! 9月のサンジミニャーノ🌿中世そのままの飾り気ない小さな街は、棟に登るとトスカーナの景色が美しく、美術館や有名なジェラートや美味しいピザ🍷もあってオススメの街✨ フィレンツェからバスで日帰りしました🚌 #worldheritage  #italy 🇮🇹 #italy  #italia  #toscana  #sangimignano  #サンジミニャーノ  #イタリア  #adventure  #beautiful  #worldheritage  #europe  #europe_pics  #medieval  #medievaleurope  #museum  #gelato  #fort  #tower  #wine  #pizza  #travelphotography  #architecture  #onedaytrip  #window  #travel  #travellover  #door  #art  #history  #oldtown 
I started working on some Perry Agincourt plastic foot knights again too😁
I started working on some Perry Agincourt plastic foot knights again too😁
No dia 1° de dezembro a banda @bandataverna (folk/celta/medieval) realizou o show de abertura para o @shamanbandofficial . ⚡
E que show! 🛡️🤘🏻⚔️ .
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#folk #medievalfolk #celtic #celta #folkmusic #celticmusic #irish #irishmusic #medievaleurope #medieval #Brazil #bh #mg #minasgerais #cityhall #instalike #instafollow #followers #following #followforfollowback #instamusic #instarock #instafolk #instaphoto #irishinsta #instapic #instagram
No dia 1° de dezembro a banda @bandataverna (folk/celta/medieval) realizou o show de abertura para o @shamanbandofficial . ⚡ E que show! 🛡️🤘🏻⚔️ . . . #folk  #medievalfolk  #celtic  #celta  #folkmusic  #celticmusic  #irish  #irishmusic  #medievaleurope  #medieval  #Brazil  #bh  #mg  #minasgerais  #cityhall  #instalike  #instafollow  #followers  #following  #followforfollowback  #instamusic  #instarock  #instafolk  #instaphoto  #irishinsta  #instapic  #instagram 
O show de abertura do @shamanbandofficial foi realizado pela banda mineira @bandataverna dia 1° de dezembro no @cityhallbh .
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Em breve mais fotos no @flashphotovideo ⚡.
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#folk #medievalfolk #celtic #celta #folkmusic #celticmusic #irish #irishmusic #medievaleurope #medieval #Brazil #mg #minasgerais #bh #cityhall
[This day in history] 3December1368 Charles VI of France was death.

Charles VI was a psycho. So the nobles wanted to control him. Then they declared the civil war. Also the maillotin was rioting in Paris against the heavy tax on trade. Additionally, British declared the Hundred Years' War again. France failed. He was forced to sign the treaty of Troyes. Finally, Charles VI was death on 21 October 1422.

#history #thisdayinhistory #todayinhistory #todayhistory #historytoday #onthisdayinhistory #frenchhistory #france #fr #British #Britian #britianhistory #uk #hundredyearswar #charlesvi #Medieval #Medievaleurope #Medievalhistory #middleage
[This day in history] 3December1368 Charles VI of France was death. Charles VI was a psycho. So the nobles wanted to control him. Then they declared the civil war. Also the maillotin was rioting in Paris against the heavy tax on trade. Additionally, British declared the Hundred Years' War again. France failed. He was forced to sign the treaty of Troyes. Finally, Charles VI was death on 21 October 1422. #history  #thisdayinhistory  #todayinhistory  #todayhistory  #historytoday  #onthisdayinhistory  #frenchhistory  #france  #fr  #British  #Britian  #britianhistory  #uk  #hundredyearswar  #charlesvi  #Medieval  #Medievaleurope  #Medievalhistory  #middleage 
First of 5 Bretonnian Foot Knights I’m currently working on. Mostly he just needs a Shield now. Although knowing myself, I’ll end up doing a lot more work to him than that before calling him finished😁
First of 5 Bretonnian Foot Knights I’m currently working on. Mostly he just needs a Shield now. Although knowing myself, I’ll end up doing a lot more work to him than that before calling him finished😁
Thinking of finally finishing painting the last 5 Bretonnian Foot Knights. They been sitting around my table for months now constantly ignored😂 The hardest part of painting these is deciding on their color and design. Once I’ve figured that out, painting them is not hard🎨😁
Thinking of finally finishing painting the last 5 Bretonnian Foot Knights. They been sitting around my table for months now constantly ignored😂 The hardest part of painting these is deciding on their color and design. Once I’ve figured that out, painting them is not hard🎨😁
Alright, I'm getting a little creative for Q in my #aztravel series. Today, is the Queen's home, the castle. Specifically, Edinburgh castle.

This castle is huge. I spent an entire morning exploring it, and I'm still not sure I managed to see it all.

My favorite part by far were the honours of Scotland: a crown, sceptor, and sword. These honours we're smuggled, buried, dug up, and smuggled some more to keep them out of British hands. After a few hundred years, they were finally restored at the castle.
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#edinburgh #edinburghcastle  #archaeology #scotland #scottishhistory #medieval #medievalcastle #travel #medievaleurope #medievalscotland #medievaltimes #honoursofscotland #travelphotography #historybuff
Alright, I'm getting a little creative for Q in my #aztravel  series. Today, is the Queen's home, the castle. Specifically, Edinburgh castle. This castle is huge. I spent an entire morning exploring it, and I'm still not sure I managed to see it all. My favorite part by far were the honours of Scotland: a crown, sceptor, and sword. These honours we're smuggled, buried, dug up, and smuggled some more to keep them out of British hands. After a few hundred years, they were finally restored at the castle. . . . . #edinburgh  #edinburghcastle  #archaeology  #scotland  #scottishhistory  #medieval  #medievalcastle  #travel  #medievaleurope  #medievalscotland  #medievaltimes  #honoursofscotland  #travelphotography  #historybuff 
Waiting for the train. Time flies when in Andrzej Sapkowski’s medieval Europe. Beer tastes good too.
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#andrzejsapkowski #narrenturm #wsoy #medievaleurope #books #poland #currentlyreading #polishliterature #keskiaika #hussilaistrilogia #kirjat #historicalfantasy #adventure #waitingfortrain #fullersbeer #onmywaybackhome
Many say that Schlog Firefoot's fighting style is as elegant as a dance.

#FireForgeGames #warhammer #oldhammer #paintingminiatures #miniaturepainting #crusaders #DnD #knights #medievaleurope #mittelalter #ritter
Cousin Dip is not the brightest guy but still a useful grunt so his uncle Sir Schwur von Steiff gladly accetpted his service in the infantry 
#FireForgeGames #warhammer #oldhammer #paintingminiatures #miniaturepainting #crusaders #DnD #knights #medievaleurope #deusvult #mittelalter #ritter #tabletopgames
The spread of Christianity in medieval Europe proved to be vital for the preservation of viticulture and wine-making. So much so that during the 13th century, Saint Tryphon was established as the protector of wine and considered as the Saint of vines, honored every year with celebrations on the 1st of February, with various festivals throughout Europe intended to encourage the growth of grapes! 
#sttryphon #diamondwineimporters #drinkgreekwine #greekwine #wine #greece #mediterraneanlife  #mediterraneanwine #medievaleurope
The spread of Christianity in medieval Europe proved to be vital for the preservation of viticulture and wine-making. So much so that during the 13th century, Saint Tryphon was established as the protector of wine and considered as the Saint of vines, honored every year with celebrations on the 1st of February, with various festivals throughout Europe intended to encourage the growth of grapes! #sttryphon  #diamondwineimporters  #drinkgreekwine  #greekwine  #wine  #greece  #mediterraneanlife  #mediterraneanwine  #medievaleurope 
Last month we visited two beautiful Italian cities, Florence and Bologna. I was in Florence before and it took me some time not to feel complete stranger in this city. But with Bologna it was love at first sight❤️I shared my experience in the blog, pls follow the link in bio.
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#bologna#italy#bolognese#medieval#medievalcity#medievaleurope#piazzamaggiore#palazzo#palazzodelpodesta#travel#traveling#travelblog#travelphoto#тревел#тревелфото#тревелблог#болонья#италия#средневековый#палаццо#пьяццамаджоре#европа
Last month we visited two beautiful Italian cities, Florence and Bologna. I was in Florence before and it took me some time not to feel complete stranger in this city. But with Bologna it was love at first sight❤️I shared my experience in the blog, pls follow the link in bio. * * * * * #bologna #italy #bolognese #medieval #medievalcity #medievaleurope #piazzamaggiore #palazzo #palazzodelpodesta #travel #traveling #travelblog #travelphoto #тревел #тревелфото #тревелблог #болонья #италия #средневековый #палаццо #пьяццамаджоре #европа 
I could get used to a view like this 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿
I could get used to a view like this 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿
Coat if arms of Medieval European States.
From Left top:
Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Poland, Lithuania, Moscow, Braband, Nassau, Luxembourg, Holy Roman Empire, Brandenburg, Palatinate, Florence, Milan, Venice, Saxony, Swabia, Bavaria, Savoy, Genoa, Papaly, Bohemia, Hungary, Byzantine Empire.
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📷 by: @thomas.historia
Coat if arms of Medieval European States. From Left top: Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Poland, Lithuania, Moscow, Braband, Nassau, Luxembourg, Holy Roman Empire, Brandenburg, Palatinate, Florence, Milan, Venice, Saxony, Swabia, Bavaria, Savoy, Genoa, Papaly, Bohemia, Hungary, Byzantine Empire. _____ 📷 by: @thomas.historia
Korábbi sorozatom, melyben "hulladék házakat" hasznosítok újra, következő tagja nem szokványos ház, hanem inkább egy nagyméretű reprezentatív lakótorony lesz. Felső részét nem hagyom meg, mert gicces. 
#lakótorony #tower #donjon #medieval #medievaltower #medievaldonjon #gothic #mittelalter #középkori #középkor #photography #középkorilakótorony #hobby #ownwork #reconstruction #paper #makett #model #medievaleurope #craft #handcraft
Korábbi sorozatom, melyben "hulladék házakat" hasznosítok újra, következő tagja nem szokványos ház, hanem inkább egy nagyméretű reprezentatív lakótorony lesz. Felső részét nem hagyom meg, mert gicces. #lakótorony  #tower  #donjon  #medieval  #medievaltower  #medievaldonjon  #gothic  #mittelalter  #középkori  #középkor  #photography  #középkorilakótorony  #hobby  #ownwork  #reconstruction  #paper  #makett  #model  #medievaleurope  #craft  #handcraft 
Ethnic map of the Eastern Roman Empire (Byzantine Empire) after the arrival of the Slavs.
Ethnic map of the Eastern Roman Empire (Byzantine Empire) after the arrival of the Slavs.